What’s Japanese on Netflix this week? Comme les grands


I remember watching one of the videos where a little girl walked alone to bring some parcel to her mom, followed by the watchful eyes of the town’s grandmother but the series goes even further sending kids to walk along busy streets to buy food from the supermarket!

Interesting to u deter and some aspects of the Japanese mentality .
— À lire sur http://www.netflix.com/fr/title/81506279

Japan’s struggling tourism sector despairs at lack of COVID exit


Japan is increasingly an outlier in a region that is lifting border restrictions and reviving quarantine-free travel.
— À lire sur www.aljazeera.com/economy/2022/4/18/japans-struggling-tourism-sector-despairs-at-lack-of-covid-exit

I thought it was a very interesting article dealing with companies in the tourism industry in Japan. Not very optimistic though!

Good news for matcha lovers! Starting today, FamilyMart is releasing 15 different matcha sweets under the title of “Uji Matcha Smothered!”│Sup! OSAKA!


Good news for matcha lovers! Starting today, FamilyMart is releasing 15 different matcha sweets under the title of “Uji Matcha Smothered!”│Sup! OSAKA!
— À lire sur suposaka.net/good-news-for-matcha-lovers-starting-today-familymart-is-releasing-15-different-matcha-sweets-under-the-title-of-uji-matcha-smothered/

Japanese company offers service that converts your child’s school bag into useful accessories – Japan Today


You may have heard of the leather, boxy school bag that Japanese elementary school kids use. Called randoseru in Japanese, these bags are expensive–sometimes exorbitantly so–but usually made of quality leather to last the whole six years of elementary school. Once students graduate to junior high school, however, they turn in their…
— À lire sur japantoday.com/category/features/lifestyle/japanese-company-offers-service-that-converts-your-child’s-school-bag-into-useful-accessories-2

Nothing says « shut up and take my money » more than a Psyduck teapot


The older I get, the more relatable Psyduck seems to be. Life can just be giant headache sometimes as an adult–you know? Perhaps that’s why Psyduck has managed to hang on to a steady contingent of fans ever since being introduced to the world back in 1996. From life-size plushies to quality, high-end necklaces, new…
— À lire sur japantoday.com/category/features/new-products/psyduck-teapot-produced-by-japanese-craftspeople-serves-up-a-soothing-cuppa

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